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#81

Post by Lakigigar » June 28th, 2020, 4:04 pm

cinewest wrote:
June 28th, 2020, 8:36 am
Obgeoff wrote:
June 27th, 2020, 8:05 pm
A ranked list of everything that I voted 8/10 or better: https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/obge ... ?sort=rank

I watched more from 2010 to 2012 than the rest of the decade put together.
2011 and 2012 were probably the two best years, at least in terms of what I have seen
I disagree strongly! 2013-2018 were excellent - except for 2015. Beginning of the decade was weak!

My top 100 includes:
2010 - 10 films - 46 seen
2011 - 9 films - 47 seen
2012 - 8 films - 42 seen
2013 - 15 films - 45 seen
2014 - 19 films - 62 seen
2015 - 14 films - 73 seen
2016 - 14 films - 46 seen
2017 - 6 films - 19 seen
2018 - 3 films - 11 seen
2019 - 1 film - 3 seen

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Post by lynchs » June 28th, 2020, 4:31 pm

Mr. Perception :turned: all good ?!

how many days did it take you to see the film with 1,440 min (24 hours ?) ??? :woot:

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#83

Post by cinewest » June 28th, 2020, 5:18 pm

Lakigigar wrote:
June 28th, 2020, 4:04 pm
cinewest wrote:
June 28th, 2020, 8:36 am
Obgeoff wrote:
June 27th, 2020, 8:05 pm
A ranked list of everything that I voted 8/10 or better: https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/obge ... ?sort=rank

I watched more from 2010 to 2012 than the rest of the decade put together.
2011 and 2012 were probably the two best years, at least in terms of what I have seen
I disagree strongly! 2013-2018 were excellent - except for 2015. Beginning of the decade was weak!

My top 100 includes:
2010 - 10 films - 46 seen
2011 - 9 films - 47 seen
2012 - 8 films - 42 seen
2013 - 15 films - 45 seen
2014 - 19 films - 62 seen
2015 - 14 films - 73 seen
2016 - 14 films - 46 seen
2017 - 6 films - 19 seen
2018 - 3 films - 11 seen
2019 - 1 film - 3 seen
Here's mine:
2010- 13 films - 83 seen
2011- 16 films (including 8 among my top 18) - 68 seen
2012- 15 films- 72 seen
2013- 7 films - 77 seen
2014- 13 films- 59 seen
2015- 9 films - 75 seen
2016- 7 films - 74 seen
2017- 11 films -68 seen
2018- 7 films - 46 seen
2019- 2 films - 23 seen

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Post by Perception de Ambiguity » June 28th, 2020, 5:46 pm

lynchs wrote:
June 28th, 2020, 4:31 pm
Mr. Perception :turned: all good ?!

how many days did it take you to see the film with 1,440 min (24 hours ?) ??? :woot:
All great. How is your day going?

I have to admit that this is the one film on my list that I haven't seen in full, if I had I'd probably have to place it a lot higher. In fact I have never seen it at any exhibition, unfortunately, but I have passionately hunted down any clip of it online that I could find, and always made sure to meet what I reckon is its most essential requisite, experiencing it under sync time conditions. Those fragments alone resonated enough with me that I hold the work in very high regard. And since I'm sure most people understandably haven't seen the film in full, albeit not for a lack of enthusiasm but for the unconventional nature of the work within the medium of film that in this case makes it a lot less common sense to must have watched it in full from (non-existing) beginning to (non-existing) end in order to have a faithful opinion about it, so I think it's fair to champion this work, lest very few would be in a position to do so despite there being many more admirers around who had profound experiences with it, which would be a shame.
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Post by lynchs » June 28th, 2020, 5:59 pm

Perception de Ambiguity wrote:
June 28th, 2020, 5:46 pm
lynchs wrote:
June 28th, 2020, 4:31 pm
Mr. Perception :turned: all good ?!

how many days did it take you to see the film with 1,440 min (24 hours ?) ??? :woot:
All great. How is your day going?
I have passionately hunted down any clip of it online that I could find.
In fact, it was the only thing I needed to hear / read :thumbsup: :thumbsup: the key word, Passion !

Good, thanks for asking :cheers:

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#86

Post by Lakigigar » June 28th, 2020, 6:13 pm

cinewest wrote:
June 28th, 2020, 5:18 pm
Lakigigar wrote:
June 28th, 2020, 4:04 pm
cinewest wrote:
June 28th, 2020, 8:36 am


2011 and 2012 were probably the two best years, at least in terms of what I have seen
I disagree strongly! 2013-2018 were excellent - except for 2015. Beginning of the decade was weak!

My top 100 includes:
2010 - 10 films - 46 seen
2011 - 9 films - 47 seen
2012 - 8 films - 42 seen
2013 - 15 films - 45 seen
2014 - 19 films - 62 seen
2015 - 14 films - 73 seen
2016 - 14 films - 46 seen
2017 - 6 films - 19 seen
2018 - 3 films - 11 seen
2019 - 1 film - 3 seen
Here's mine:
2010- 13 films - 83 seen
2011- 16 films (including 8 among my top 18) - 68 seen
2012- 15 films- 72 seen
2013- 7 films - 77 seen
2014- 13 films- 59 seen
2015- 9 films - 75 seen
2016- 7 films - 74 seen
2017- 11 films -68 seen
2018- 7 films - 46 seen
2019- 2 films - 23 seen
Opinions differ and nothing wrong with that

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Post by Lakigigar » June 28th, 2020, 6:53 pm

Lowest rated on IMDb: Like Me (5.3)
Highest-rated: Gisaengchung (8.6)
Most votes: Interstellar (1.4mil)
Least votes: Offline (804)
Most represented genre that isn't drama: Thriller (36), Crime (21), Horror (20), Mystery (18), Comedy (16), Romance (14),
Most common keywords: Blood (47), Death (42), F Word (41), Father Son Relationship (40), Husband Wife Relationship (39), Bare Chested Male (38), Violence (37)

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Post by cinewest » June 29th, 2020, 12:28 am

Lakigigar wrote:
June 28th, 2020, 6:13 pm
cinewest wrote:
June 28th, 2020, 5:18 pm
Lakigigar wrote:
June 28th, 2020, 4:04 pm

I disagree strongly! 2013-2018 were excellent - except for 2015. Beginning of the decade was weak!

My top 100 includes:
2010 - 10 films - 46 seen
2011 - 9 films - 47 seen
2012 - 8 films - 42 seen
2013 - 15 films - 45 seen
2014 - 19 films - 62 seen
2015 - 14 films - 73 seen
2016 - 14 films - 46 seen
2017 - 6 films - 19 seen
2018 - 3 films - 11 seen
2019 - 1 film - 3 seen
Here's mine:
2010- 13 films - 83 seen
2011- 16 films (including 8 among my top 18) - 68 seen
2012- 15 films- 72 seen
2013- 7 films - 77 seen
2014- 13 films- 59 seen
2015- 9 films - 75 seen
2016- 7 films - 74 seen
2017- 11 films -68 seen
2018- 7 films - 46 seen
2019- 2 films - 23 seen
Opinions differ and nothing wrong with that
Some probable influences on my own yearly breakdown:

1. I met my wife in 2013, and my passion and interest in cinema had some serious competition

2. We moved to China in 2015, and my access to the kinds of films I tend to prefer became more difficult

3. The Golden State Warriors (an NBA team I have followed for 40 years finally became very good, again (around 2013), and competed for championships over the last 5 years, which took away from some time and attention spent on movies.

That said, 2011 is one of the best years in recent memory, with at least 10 films that could be top 5 in other years, and 16 worthy of being top 10's.

And, yeah, we probably have very different taste in cinema, as Nils Winding-Refn might be the filmmaker I most dislike this decade.


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#91

Post by Lakigigar » June 29th, 2020, 11:39 am

cinewest wrote:
June 29th, 2020, 12:28 am
Lakigigar wrote:
June 28th, 2020, 6:13 pm
cinewest wrote:
June 28th, 2020, 5:18 pm


Here's mine:
2010- 13 films - 83 seen
2011- 16 films (including 8 among my top 18) - 68 seen
2012- 15 films- 72 seen
2013- 7 films - 77 seen
2014- 13 films- 59 seen
2015- 9 films - 75 seen
2016- 7 films - 74 seen
2017- 11 films -68 seen
2018- 7 films - 46 seen
2019- 2 films - 23 seen
Opinions differ and nothing wrong with that
Some probable influences on my own yearly breakdown:

1. I met my wife in 2013, and my passion and interest in cinema had some serious competition

2. We moved to China in 2015, and my access to the kinds of films I tend to prefer became more difficult

3. The Golden State Warriors (an NBA team I have followed for 40 years finally became very good, again (around 2013), and competed for championships over the last 5 years, which took away from some time and attention spent on movies.

That said, 2011 is one of the best years in recent memory, with at least 10 films that could be top 5 in other years, and 16 worthy of being top 10's.

And, yeah, we probably have very different taste in cinema, as Nils Winding-Refn might be the filmmaker I most dislike this decade.
Understandable, but it's funny to see how 2011 is one of my worst 3 years in film rating, and is also not represented by a lot of movies in my list. I need to watch way way way more movies from 2017 to 2019 but that will happen at some point. I agree that we have very different taste in cinema. I like NWR a lot, but I understand some of the criticism he gets.

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Post by sol » June 29th, 2020, 1:06 pm

As per personal tradition, I have added 50 more films for this latest update:

https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/2010 ... tact/sol-/

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Highest new entry: #19 - Parasite

Highest new non-recent entries: #55 - Blancanieves / #74 Short Term 12

Highest new entry on zero Official Lists: #70 - Sorry We Missed You

Highest new entry from a female director: #131 - Queen & Slim

Most obscure (least checked) new entry: #178 - Regretters
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Post by Lammetje » June 29th, 2020, 1:25 pm

YearMovies seenEntries on my list
20105012
20114712
2012369
2013255
2014247
2015142
2016103
201773
2018113
2019105
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Post by joachimt » June 29th, 2020, 1:48 pm

https://www.imdb.com/list/ls080465922/
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Post by sol » June 29th, 2020, 2:05 pm

Lammetje wrote:
June 29th, 2020, 1:25 pm
YearMovies seenEntries on my list
Two can play that game, Lammetje! :folded:

YearMovies seenEntries on my list
201011716
201111914
201212015
201314731
201413319
201513220
201612818
20179825
201810124
20196218


Which might make it seem like I hate 2011... but 3 out of my top 5 films are from 2011. :blink: And I'm guessing that the bias towards more recent years has to do with the films being fresher in my mind more than anything else.
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Post by Onderhond » June 29th, 2020, 2:11 pm

My decade breakdown:

2019 - 262 films - average 2.83 - toplist entries: 06
2018 - 329 films - average 2.72 - toplist entries: 23
2017 - 406 films - average 2.74 - toplist entries: 28
2016 - 441 films - average 2.68 - toplist entries: 34
2015 - 392 films - average 2.75 - toplist entries: 27
2014 - 424 films - average 2.68 - toplist entries: 29
2013 - 400 films - average 2.76 - toplist entries: 30
2012 - 363 films - average 2.70 - toplist entries: 22
2011 - 385 films - average 2.66 - toplist entries: 24
2010 - 372 films - average 2.82 - toplist entries: 36

You guys need to watch more contemporary films.



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Post by OldAle1 » June 29th, 2020, 6:23 pm

Exactly 25 films added since the last list, for a total of 225. Ranked 1-65 then chronological.

https://www.imdb.com/list/ls068188417/
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4 - Scorsese
3 - Dolan, Heller, Linklater, Panahi, Petzold, Sciamma
2 - PT Anderson, Wes Anderson, Chazelle, Coogler, Davies, Diaz, Eastwood, Eggers, Farhadi, Gerwig, Hertzfeldt, Jarmusch, Kiarostami, Lonergan, Maddin, Park, Rasoulof, Reichardt, Ruiz, Shinkai,Varda

Short Films (<45 m): 17
Longest Film: Mula sa kung ano ang noon (Lav Diaz) 338 minutes
Films over 3 hours long: 7

2010: 21
2011: 18
2012: 25
2013: 25
2014: 29
2015: 29
2016: 19
2017: 25
2018: 23
2019: 11

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Post by OldAle1 » June 29th, 2020, 7:00 pm

Onderhond wrote:
June 29th, 2020, 2:11 pm
My decade breakdown:

2019 - 262 films - average 2.83 - toplist entries: 06
2018 - 329 films - average 2.72 - toplist entries: 23
2017 - 406 films - average 2.74 - toplist entries: 28
2016 - 441 films - average 2.68 - toplist entries: 34
2015 - 392 films - average 2.75 - toplist entries: 27
2014 - 424 films - average 2.68 - toplist entries: 29
2013 - 400 films - average 2.76 - toplist entries: 30
2012 - 363 films - average 2.70 - toplist entries: 22
2011 - 385 films - average 2.66 - toplist entries: 24
2010 - 372 films - average 2.82 - toplist entries: 36

You guys need to watch more contemporary films.
a) not if I'm going to have such a miniscule percentage of list-worthy films to choose from.
b) about 15% of the films I watched over the last 12 months date from the past decade; given that I'm interested in every period of film back to the 1890s, I'd say that's pretty good - especially given that I haven't been to the cinema in 3 1/2 months and that's where I see a large percentage of newer films.
c) Jesus, over 400 films from a single year. I don't have even 200 from any year yet, and that's including shorts. Then again I have over 80 for all but one year between 1939 and 2018 which I'm guessing is pretty different from you.

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Post by Cocoa » June 29th, 2020, 8:57 pm

Already watching 262 films that were released last year O____O I can't relate.

My stats:
2019 - 11 films (+2 shorts & 1 mini-series) - top 100 of 2010s: 3 (+1 in top 150)
2018 - 23 films (+1 short & 1 mini-series) - top 100 of 2010s: 8 (+0 in top 150)
2017 - 50 films (+8 shorts & 1 mini-series) - top 100 of 2010s: 3 (+5 in top 150)
2016 - 71 films (+5 shorts & 1 mini-series) - top 100 of 2010s: 13 (+7 in top 150)
2015 - 87 films (+5 shorts & 1 mini-series) - top 100 of 2010s: 8 (+8 in top 150)
2014 - 102 films (+9 shorts & 2 mini-series) - top 100 of 2010s: 16 (+2 in top 150)
2013 - 122 films (+6 shorts) - top 100 of 2010s: 8 (+5 in top 150)
2012 - 123 films (+5 shorts) - top 100 of 2010s: 13 (+8 in top 150)
2011 - 113 films (+12 shorts & 2 mini-series) - top 100 of 2010s: 12 (+4 in top 150)
2010 - 127 films (+14 shorts & 1 mini-series) - top 100 of 2010s: 16 (+8 in top 150)

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Post by Lammetje » June 29th, 2020, 9:07 pm

sol wrote:
June 29th, 2020, 2:05 pm
Lammetje wrote:
June 29th, 2020, 1:25 pm
YearMovies seenEntries on my list
Two can play that game, Lammetje! :folded:
I'm honored that you used my table. :)
Onderhond wrote:
June 29th, 2020, 2:11 pm
My decade breakdown:

2019 - 262 films - average 2.83 - toplist entries: 06
2018 - 329 films - average 2.72 - toplist entries: 23
2017 - 406 films - average 2.74 - toplist entries: 28
2016 - 441 films - average 2.68 - toplist entries: 34
2015 - 392 films - average 2.75 - toplist entries: 27
2014 - 424 films - average 2.68 - toplist entries: 29
2013 - 400 films - average 2.76 - toplist entries: 30
2012 - 363 films - average 2.70 - toplist entries: 22
2011 - 385 films - average 2.66 - toplist entries: 24
2010 - 372 films - average 2.82 - toplist entries: 36

You guys need to watch more contemporary films.
No, you need to watch more old films. :folded: I've actually been catching up a bit with 2010s movies during the past few months, so my stats looked even more pathetic before that. tehe
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Post by Onderhond » June 29th, 2020, 9:25 pm

Lammetje wrote:
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No, you need to watch more old films. :folded:
You sure about that? B)
Most people seem to get rather frustrated when I do.


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Post by mightysparks » June 30th, 2020, 4:08 am

2019 - 59 films - average 5.6 - toplist entries: 05
2018 - 80 films - average 5.4 - toplist entries: 05
2017 - 96 films - average 5.7 - toplist entries: 16
2016 - 123 films - average 5.6 - toplist entries: 18
2015 - 113 films - average 5.4 - toplist entries: 11
2014 - 128 films - average 5.5 - toplist entries: 13
2013 - 158 films - average 5.6 - toplist entries: 27
2012 - 132 films - average 5.8 - toplist entries: 22
2011 - 130 films - average 5.8 - toplist entries: 33
2010 - 132 films - average 5.4 - toplist entries: 20

I watch way more contemporary films than old films and generally prefer them to the classics, but if anything I really need to watch more older films: the 2010s make up 19% of my viewings alone...
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Post by Lammetje » June 30th, 2020, 5:36 am

Onderhond wrote:
June 29th, 2020, 9:25 pm
Lammetje wrote:
June 29th, 2020, 9:07 pm
No, you need to watch more old films. :folded:
You sure about that? B)
Most people seem to get rather frustrated when I do.
Oh right, better stick to the more recent ones then. :sweat:
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Post by Teproc » June 30th, 2020, 8:09 am

Well, this seem fun.

YearMovies seenEntries on my list
2010234
2011273
2012216
2013335
20146014
201513016
201616315
201714315
20189815
20191057


Yeah, I started to follow current releases somewhere in 2014, and got my "unlimited" card in 2015. There seems to be a bit of a ceiling, but that's also because I limited myself to 100 titles.
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France; 13
UK: 7
Japan: 5
Iran: 4
Turkey: 3
Argentina: 2
Germany: 2
Israel: 2
South Korea: 2
Mauritania: 1
Denmark: 1
Australia: 1
Belgium: 1
Singapore: 1
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Post by St. Gloede » June 30th, 2020, 11:00 am

Oh no, I can make a list of the stats for my list: List heaven/overdose.

For reference, I submitted a top 107:

YearMovies seenEntries on my list
20101288
201111611
20129314
201311616
20149214
2015869
2016998
20178515
2018559
2019496

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Post by Fergenaprido » June 30th, 2020, 11:48 am

Before I forget, here is my list:

https://www.imdb.com/list/ls070834145/ (fully ranked)

It's still the one from last year, but I'll be updating it between now and the deadline. I'll play the stats game when I'm done as well. 400 titles last year, wonder if I'll hit 500 this year. I'm reluctant to go beyond that, no matter how many great films the decade has provided me.

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Post by Lakigigar » June 30th, 2020, 11:58 am

Country Breakdown:

USA - 53
Belgium - 7
France - 6
Denmark - 6
Japan - 6
UK - 3
Ireland - 3
Germany - 2
Norway - 2
South-Korea - 2
Mexico - 2
Canada - 2
Iran - 1
Turkey - 1
New Zealand - 1
Argentina - 1
Iceland - 1

Directors:
Sono, Villeneuve - 3
NWR, Farhadi, Payne, Dardenne brothers, van Groeningen, Wingard - 2

Ratings by year:
2010 - 6,04
2011 - 5,57
2012 - 6,26
2013 - 6,44
2014 - 6,82
2015 - 6,12
2016 - 6,65
2017 - 6,95
2018 - 7,33
2019: no rating

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Post by beavis » June 30th, 2020, 12:53 pm

ok, I'm joining you guys in analysing my own list

2010 - 226 seen - 7 on list
2011 - 230 seen - 15 on list
2012 - 230 seen - 14 on list
2013 - 246 seen - 13 on list
2014 - 266 seen - 14 on list
2015 - 249 seen - 10 on list
2016 - 261 seen - 7 on list
2017 - 221 seen - 4 on list
2018 - 193 seen - 10 on list
2019 - 155 seen - 6 on list

2277 total 100 total = 4,4 %

quantity says not everything about quality, but as nothing in my top10 is from beyond 2015, and the period 2011 - 2014 has the most representation overall, i'm guessing the early years of the decade were slightly better. I'm still catching op on 2018 and 2019, so that is why they have lower numbers... so much to see and so little time! and as always, I've only counted features for this, because I do not have the time and resources to also keep up with shorts ;)


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Post by cinewest » June 30th, 2020, 1:51 pm

I like the idea of a country list, so after doing a breakdown of my top 101, I learned that 29 countries are represented by at least 1 film (I only counted one country per film), and the countries with multiple entries are as follows:

USA- 22
France - 10
UK - 7
Germany - 7
China- 6
Canada - 6
Russia- 4
Denmark- 4
Brazil - 3
Argentina - 3
So. Korea - 3
Sweden-3
Mexico- 2
Chile- 2
Iran- 2
Hungary- 2
Italy- 2
Ukraine- 2
11 more countries with 1 film
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Post by OldAle1 » June 30th, 2020, 2:59 pm

OK I did a country breakdown also, from a list with 226, and like cinewest I tried to go with one country/film; there are several where this just didn't make sense though, and determining one, or even two principal production countries was impossible, those come under the "international" heading

USA - 94
France - 15
UK - 13
INTERNATIONAL - 13
Iran - 9
Japan - 8
South Korea - 7
Canada - 6
Germany - 6
China - 4
Italy - 3
Philippines - 3
Turkey - 3

2 each: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Chile, Hungary, India, Ireland, Israel, Spain, Taiwan, Thailan

1 each: Afghanistan, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Greece, Indonesia, Mauritania, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Switzerland

The percentage of American films here (41.5) is similar to that on my overall favorites list, which has fluctuated between 39 and 45 over the 10 or so years that I've been maintaining it. Numbers for other countries are probably not that close, though I do believe that France, the UK, Japan and Iran are the countries with the most films on the main list, in that order, so here Japan and Iran switch places just by one. But the percentages of many of them (France especially) are lower than on the main list as it typically takes me a longer time to catch up on non-American stuff.

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Post by Lonewolf2003 » June 30th, 2020, 4:01 pm

Updated the OP
Please check if your list is stated, linked and ranked correctly.

I count 61 list so far. Can someone double check that please for me?

I will start downloading the list tomorrow afternoon (Dutch time).

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Post by Traveller » June 30th, 2020, 5:49 pm

Lonewolf2003 wrote:
June 30th, 2020, 4:01 pm
I count 61 list so far. Can someone double check that please for me?
I count 61 as well.
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Post by Cocoa » June 30th, 2020, 6:13 pm

Countries from my top 100:
USA: 40
Japan: 10
UK: 6
France: 5
Germany: 4
Chile: 2
Iran: 2
South Korea: 2
Spain: 2
Austria: 1
Belgium: 1
Canada: 1
China: 1
Hong Kong: 1
Hungary: 1
New Zealand: 1
Norway: 1
Sweden: 1
Thailand: 1
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Joint-productions without an obvious main country
Canada & USA co-production: 2
USA & Japan co-production: 2
UK & USA co-production: 2
France & Belgium co-production: 2
Spain & UK co-production: 1
France & Belgium & Spain production: 1
Sweden & UK & Finland production: 1
Ireland & Canada & UK & USA production: 1
Germany & Luxembourg & France & Israel production: 1
Ireland & UK & Greece & France & Netherlands & USA production: 1
France & Israel & Italy & India & USA production: 1



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Post by Ebbywebby » June 30th, 2020, 10:20 pm

https://www.imdb.com/list/ls063198947/ (ranked)

I haven't gotten around to fiddling with this probably-outdated list, but it's better than nothing. And I'll try to fiddle with it now.

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